Don’t you just love the amazing way that God works things out in His perfect timing? When I started this podcast, my goal was to work my way through the Bible, one (or two) women at a time. I didn’t pay any attention to the calendar until this past week. As I started to write the script about Moses’ Two Moms, it hit me how amazing it would be if they tied in with Mother’s Day. Sure enough, when I checked my calendar, there they were, already scheduled for the week before Mother’s Day. Way to go, God! 

I’m sure that in Jochobed’s plans for her son’s life, she never imagined co-parenting with an Egyptian princess, but look at how God used each of these women to impact his life. Jochobed provided the spiritual training,  teaching him the ways of our Lord. But Pharaoh’s daughter also helped mold him, providing him a quality education and influence. God knew that Moses needed more than just one Hebrew mom. He needed the influence of both women in order to fulfill the mighty task God had in store for him.

How often do we think we know what our children need, when in reality, we have no clue? Fortunately for Moses, Jochobed was strong in her faith and trusted God with her beloved son. She allowed God to work in ways that made no sense to her, but took life day by day in obedience to Him even when that meant handing him over to a pagan princess. We, too, need to trust Him even when we don’t understand what He’s doing.

A note of clarification. last week I introduced voice actors and guest experts. I thought it would add to this podcast, but I’ve been blessed with a number of painfully honest friends and listeners who have confirmed what I suspected as I recorded and edited last week’s episode. The consensus is unanimous. It didn’t work. Apparently, people much prefer my solo style storytelling verses breaking it up with other people. So this week, we’re going back to original format. 

Show Notes

Scripture Background

Exodus 2:1-10

Helpful Resources

Fearless by Angela Donadio

Mothers of the Bible by Dena Dyer

When Life Doesn’t Match Your Dreams by Jill Eileen Smith

God Speaks to Women Today by Eugenia Price

Women of the Bible by Ann Spangler and Jean E. Syswerda

All of the Women of the Bible by Edith Dean

All the Women of the Bible by Herbert Lockyer

The Woman’s Study Bible

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Sharon Wilharm, is a ministry leader, keynote speaker, podcast host, and female filmmaker whose stories have impacted audiences around the globe. An accomplished storyteller, Sharon draws the audience in with humor, engages them with stories, then ties everything together to bring to light spiritual truths. Her heart’s desire is to encourage women in their walk with the Lord, showing them how to find God’s will for their life through prayer and scripture. Sharon has enjoyed a lifelong fascination with women of the Bible and loves applying the biblical stories to modern situations. She especially enjoys delving into lesser known women and discovering encouraging truths for women of today. As host of All God's Women podcast, she's working her way through the Bible one woman at a time, bringing to light the stories of ancient women and applying them to modern day living.

1 comment

  1. Loved it ! God has a plan even if I don’t understand it, thank you Sharon for sharing this incredible msg with us … I pray that whoever connect with my kids will be part of God’s plan for their lives
    Happy Mother’s Day you , much love 💕


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